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Renew your vehicle licences online | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Renew your vehicle licences online | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

People with vehicle licences due to expire this week should renew their licences online, the transport ministry said today.A spokesman for the Ministry of Tourism and Transport said: "Vehicle owners that hold a valid TCD vehicle examination pass certificate and required to renew their vehicle licences by March 31 can do so by following a two step procedure."First, renew your vehicle insurance by contacting your insurance provider online or by phone."Second, visit eTCD at www.etcd.gov
The Royal Gazette, 1 days ago

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Butterfield to offer services at Rosebank | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

Butterfield to offer services at Rosebank | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

Bermuda

Butterfield is to temporarily reopen its Rosebank Centre on Bermudiana Road for banking services.The bank had closed down the centre last September. But today Butterfield said that starting next Monday, teller service would be available at the location from 9am to 1pm daily, Monday through Friday.The bank will reserve two hours, from 9am to 11am, to serve seniors exclusively at that location. Rosebank services will include deposit taking, withdrawals, cheque cashing, account transfers and c
The Royal Gazette, 2 days ago

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Man arrested after shooting incident | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Man arrested after shooting incident | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

A man has been arrested after a 35-year-old man was shot in the left arm last night.The victim was taken by ambulance to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital after the incident at the junction of Two Way Deepdale and Parsons Road at about 11pm.His injuries were said not to be life-threatening.Police said a lone suspect is thought to be responsible for the crime, and that one potential witness is thought to have been alongside the victim when he was shot.Stephen Corbishley, th
The Royal Gazette, 3 days ago

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The Royal Gazette | Bermuda News, Sports, Events, & Community

The Royal Gazette | Bermuda News, Sports, Events, & Community

Bermuda

The Royal Gazette online delivers the latest Bermuda news, business, sports, Island life, jobs and newsletters. The leading daily source of News and information in Bermuda
The Royal Gazette, 4 days ago

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Butterfield reduces banking hours | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

Butterfield reduces banking hours | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

Bermuda

Butterfield Bank will reduce its banking hours at all three local branches during the Covid-19 pandemic.Effective on Wednesday, until further notice, the Reid Street, Hamilton, St George and Somerset banking centres will operation from 9am to 1pm, Monday through Friday.Saturday banking services have been suspended until further notice. Social distancing measures are also in place at all banking centres, with customers required to maintain a minimum of 6ft between each other while queueing f
The Royal Gazette, 5 days ago

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Covid-19: Four new cases | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Covid-19: Four new cases | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Bermuda now has six cases of Covid-19, the Premier said tonight.David Burt added four new cases had been detected on top of two earlier ones.He said there had been three new cases that came in from overseas and one of those had passed the coronavirus on to a family member.He added none of the new cases had needed hospitalisation.Mr Burt warned that the number of Covid-19 cases would continue to rise and ordered most retail stores and the cinemas to shut their doors.A to
The Royal Gazette, 6 days ago

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Last gasp Sunday flight for Bermudians in US | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Last gasp Sunday flight for Bermudians in US | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Four relief flights for American citizens to evacuate Bermuda have been organised from today until Tuesday and Bermudians stuck in the US can return on tomorrow’s trip, the tourism and transport ministry announced today.Delta Air Lines will fly between LF Wade International and Atlanta, Georgia, but Bermudians stranded in the US will be able to book flights on the plane scheduled to leave Georgia on Sunday only.A Government spokesman said: "It is critically important that only Bermudian cit
The Royal Gazette, 7 days ago

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On-island Covid-19 testing has begun | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

On-island Covid-19 testing has begun | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

On-island testing for Covid-19 has started, the Premier said this afternoon.David Burt added that the maximum turnaround time for results would be 48 hours.He said that samples were collected at the hospital yesterday, processing was taking place today and tomorrow and the results were expected on Sunday.Mr Burt said: "This is a significant step, and is a partnership between the Ministry of Health, Helix Laboratories and the Bermuda Hospitals Board, and I am certain this is relieving
The Royal Gazette, 8 days ago

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Covid-19 testing set to start on island | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Covid-19 testing set to start on island | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

On-island processing of tests for the potentially lethal coronavirus will start this week, the national security minister confirmed today. However Wayne Caines could not drill down on precisely when. He said: "I do not know the exact time. "I can tell you that we will have the ability within the not-too-distant future to commence testing on island." Mr Caines added that he could not provide an up-to-date count on how many Covid-19 test kits were currently in Bermuda. He
The Royal Gazette, 9 days ago

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Hotels to close temporarily over Covid-19 | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Hotels to close temporarily over Covid-19 | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Hotels across the island have announced that they will shut or introduce special measures in their efforts to help minimise the spread of Covid-19.Many guests were asked to cancel or reschedule reservations and additional flexibility was offered for rebooking.David Burt, the Premier, said in a tweet today that details will be announced later about a benefits scheme for hospitality workers whose livelihoods are hit by the impact of the global pandemic.A message on the
The Royal Gazette, 10 days ago

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